Sällskapet makes industrial music with the aggressiveness turned inward and the tempo considerably slowed down. It is music made in the shadows. If David Lynch’s 2017 return to Twin Peaks was set in the Ruhr Area instead of the Pacific Northwest, Sällskapet would’ve provided the soundtrack. It is also music to keep you company - on lonely walks through town, or on lonely train rides through European dusk. For the third album things are kind of the same, yet they really aren’t. Even though Sällskapet have always planted their music firmly in European soil (or concrete, rather), with this album they dig even deeper. This is to a large extent courtesy of Berlin-based chanteuse Andrea Schroeder. Andrea, a renowned solo star in her own right with three stellar albums to prove it, provides eerie vocals and lyrics to eight of the albums nine tracks.
Sällskapet’s third album is produced by Sällskapet and mixed by Michael Ilbert is being released in April 2018 via BMG.